Monday, February 18, 2008

Online Course
Facilitated by Rose F. Holt, M.A., and Boris Matthews, Ph.D.
March 24, 2008, through May 19, 2008

Jung’s ideas fascinate us, touch us, and ultimately can lead to discovery of sound and lasting meaning for our lives. Many people discover Jung through references in literature, various university studies, Jung’s own writings, or affiliation with a Jung Society. Jungian Psychology provides a framework for understanding the wholeness of the human person.

In this online course, we will be explore:

personal and collective unconscious
Self and individuation

The only prerequisite is a curious, inquiring, open mind. This course is oriented toward persons who want to learn more about Jungian (Analytical) Psychology, including professional counselors, social workers, and psychotherapists.

"A Deeper Look Into Jungian Psychology" offers the opportunity for people in far-flung locations to come together in a readings/discussion/seminar format. Participants will have access to a restricted website where readings will be available and where they can discuss and post on an online forum. They will also be invited to join in four (4) web-hosted simultaneous seminar sessions.

Course Objectives:

(1) develop a basic understanding of Jung’s primary contributions to psychology,
(2) gain knowledge of basic Jungian Psychological theory,
(3) have a helpful framework for dealing with people who are conflicted and often work against themselves.
(4) gain a working knowledge of complex theory and its usefulness for understanding problematic human behaviors.
(5) develop a deep understanding of the Jungian concept of “shadow” and its value for understanding ourselves.

Sixteen (16) CEU’s are available from the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago ($25 additional processing fee)

Cost is $110
Text: C. G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections
(Additional texts may be suggested)

For further information, please visit or

You may also contact Rose Holt [314 726-2032 or ] or Boris Matthews [608 217-5184 or ]

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